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Indian Wells and Palm Springs

For much of the 19th Century, the only established watering point in the Coachella valley was the heart of a thriving Native American village. European explorers gave this area the name Indian Wells. In 1957, the world-famous Hollywood power couple, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, chose Indian Wells as the ideal location for a private get-away in the heart of the Palm Springs Desert. Since then, the area has developed a reputation for fine living and luxurious leisure.


Desert Cities

The Palm Springs Desert cities are a year-round haven for visitors and residents. With nearly 365 days of sunshine, an abundance of entertainment and activities, and the picturesque Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains, the Coachella Valley is paradise for 3.5 million visitors every year.

Celebrities have made the valley their getaway and home for years. It’s hard to resist the peaceful, sun-soaked Southern California setting.
The Palm Spings area offers more than the golf and tennis it’s famous for, boasting horse riding, nightlife, fine art, and music. Rest, relaxation, and outdoor adventure are all on the menu in the Palm Springs Valley.

Spring Break

Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa is the perfect spring break destination. With three glittering pools, there’s a poolside venue for everyone.

If there’s more to your spring break agenda than just poolside relaxing, the Indian Wells area provides the perfect base camp for your vacation. Shopping, museums, hiking, and more are all within moments of the property, whether you venture west to Palm Springs or east to Coachella.